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Bronx Divine Mercy Conference — 2017

The conference, "The Message of Fatima and Divine Mercy: Refuge for Sinners," welcomed more than 600 pilgrims.

Part 1: Lust

Saint John Paul II reportedly said, "Chastity is the work of a lifetime." For many of us, it may take longer than that.

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Mary & The Marians

Marian Founder, a Child of Mary in the 100th Anniversary of Fatima

The Founder of the Marian Fathers, St. Stanislaus Papczynski, died 316 years ago on Sept. 17, 1701. Outstanding for his filial devotion to Our Lady, St. Stanislaus continues his miraculous intercession to the present day.

Stepping on the Serpent: The Journey of Trust with Mary

Pre-orders for Marian Press' newest book, Stepping on the Serpent: The Journey of Trust with Mary, by Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, begin Sept. 1. Here he shares his journey of trust with Mary and the inspiration for his book.

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National Shrine

Filipino Heritage Day 2017

Hundreds of Filipinos gathered today at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy to celebrate their culture and their faith.

You Heard It Right, a Rosary Relay

The National Shrine of The Divine Mercy joins dozens of shrines throughout the world for a 24-hour prayer session for priests.

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Marian Helpers

Physician Explains the Canonization Miracle

How was Barbara Rudzik healed? Her physician explains.

Reconsecration of Eden Hill

Eden Hill was reconsecrated and blessed to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and St. Joseph on the Feast of the Baptism of our Lord!

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Father Dan & The Saints

Why Padre Pio?

We celebrate his feast day on Sept. 23. What advice does St. Pio offer us?

Who Was St. Valentine?

Saint Valentine, a martyr of the early Church, was all heart. Listen in to Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, reflect on this most famous of the little-known saints.

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